Josh Thompson Splits With RCA Nashville

Country music singer Josh Thompson has officially parted ways with RCA Nashville. He was signed to sister label Columbia Nashville but was moved to the RCA branch of Sony Music Nashville when the label underwent some restructuring earlier this year. He released his debut album “Way Out Here” on Columbia in 2010, which produced hit singles “Beer On The Table” and “Won’t Be Lonely Long.” Josh was to release his sophomore album “Change” on the label later this year, but his lead single “Comin’ Around” was pulled from radio before his exit from the label.

This was his last Twitter update on his album:


Josh is the second artist to leave from the Sony Music Nashville branches this month; Kellie Pickler announced her split from the label and opened up about it in a recent interview.

Josh was announced as the NRA Country Artist of the Month for July earlier this month.

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A 26 year-old Canadian girl currently living in England for a culinary career. Fell in love with country music and cooking at a young age, and looks for a way to do both.